Murray Bridge Agricultural & Horticultural Show
After visiting the Adelaide Show I decided to go along to the Murray Bridge Show, a smaller, rural affair in the Murraylands and what it may lack in size and finesse certainly makes up for as a true agricultural show full of character and old world charm, sadly lacking in city.
The Pavilion, disguised as a big tin shed, contains such treasures as knitted hats, homemade jams and the finest laid eggs, housed in old wooden display cabinets and surrounded by cut flowers, wheat sheaves and prize winning wool fleeces.
Whilst outside, dogs rounded up sheep, horses strutted their stuff and x-large men tossed sheaves and made wood chips out of logs. It was an enjoyable outing with two friends who are also photographers and good fun. Photographs taken using a Fujifilm X-E1, 18-55mm lens, Photoshop and Nik Efex Pro 2.